“Pretty Little Liars” mid-season finale, 8 p.m., Freeform.
If you've missed
this season – hey, summers are busy sometimes – don't worry. The
entire year reruns, beginning at 11 a.m.; after that things wrap up
for this show and for “Dead of Summer.””.
On “PLL,” one of
the women learns a crucial secret about her past; another finds
something about her future. A chaotic fight with enemies turns
TONIGHT'S MIGHT-SEE II:
“America's Got Talent,” 8-10 p.m., NBC.
After three months
of winnowing, “AGT” has its finalists. Tonight, 10 perform and
viewers vote; on Wednesday, we'll learn which five reach the finals.
Next week, the other 11 step in.
Tonight has lots of
singing – from groups (Musicality, Edgar) and individuals (Laura
Bretan, Sal Valentinetti and 12-year-old whiz Grace Vanderwaal). But
there are also two magicians (Blake Vogt, Jon Dorenbos), plus
comedian Lori Mae Hernandez and physical acts Tapehead and Deadly
ALTERNATIVE: New shows everywhere, 9 p.m.
summers were mired in reruns? In this hour, we can try five new
shows. Two are reality (“AGT” on NBC, the “Bachelor in
Paradise” post-show on ABC), but three are scripted.
CBS has “Zoo,”
with Jackson finally getting answers and Mitch and Jamie facing an
animal attack at the Russian embassy. CW has the sketch comedy of
“MadTV.” And Freeform's “Dead of Summer” sees the summer camp
wrap up its season. It's already been a deadly one; now, we're told,
a centuries-old battle between good and evil will finally be settled.
We're rooting for good.
Awards,” 7:10-10 p.m., MTV. Here's a rerun of Sunday's ceremony,
which planned music from Britney Spears, Rihanna, Nick Jonas, Future
and a Nicki Minaj/Ariana Grande duet. “NCIS,” 8 p.m., CBS. It's a
busy time for Gibbs. He suspects that a 14-year-old who stopped a
home invasion is whithholding information; also in this rerun, he
goes to Washington to meet Michelle Obama (playing herself), in a
program supporting military families.
p.m., Fox. When you suspect a drug operation at the neighborhood
youth center, who ya gonna call? In this rerun, a priest calls
Orleans,” 10 p.m., CBS. Apparently, it's not just grub any more.
Now a Navy “culinary specialist) is targeted, while visiting her
family's classic restaurant in the French Quarter.
Than Never,” 10 p.m., NBC. Last week's debut (sometimes fun,
mostly silly and contrived), William Shatner, 85, climbed 800 steps;
he also squeezed into a Tokyo “capsule hotel room” the size of a
refrigerator. Now he says he wants to “find his Zen” in Kyoto; in
Hong Kong, he insists that he and colleagues (Henry Winkler, George
Foreman, Terry Bradshaw) have a fine hotel and a yacht. Also in
Kyoto, the guys range from a festive geisha house to a serious
“Halt and Catch
Fire,” 10 p.m., AMC. At home, the Mutiny founders struggle with a
crowded house and frayed emotions; Gordon grasps for the solitude of
his ham-radio days. At work, they've been wobbling since
super-programmer Ryan left to work for Joe, the imposing Steve
Jobs-type figure. In a good episode tonight, Ryan tries to find his
role with Joe; Mutiny chases an acquisition.
“Fresh Off the
Boat,” 10:30 p.m., ABC. Eddie's parents tend to be serious sorts.
Tonight, his mother learns to relax; his father combines a business
trip with a family trip to Gator World.